11 Bit Studios launched their city-building and strategic game Frostpunk for major platforms including PlayStation, Xbox, and PC back in 2018. The game launched with great reviews, and critics everywhere praised it for its tense, often stressful, and strategic plots that kept the gamers fully immersed. With Frostpunk, 11 Bit Studios have earned quite a name for themselves. Consequently, they announced a sequel to the game in 2021; since then, fans have been speculating about its release date.
However, in a YouTube video, 11 Bit Studios just teased a brand new game, and to everyone’s surprise, it isn’t Frostpunk 2. Yes, a Froatpunk 2 is also in development for PC, but this game is not that one. 11 Bit studios shared a new recording of their next project on their YouTube page. This, like Frostpunk or its upcoming sequel, revolves around the theme of an Eternal Blizzard and that seems to be the theme for almost every 11 Bit game so far.
The video is covered by snow, just like Frostpunk, as the developers seem to be very fond of that theme. The footage shows nothing, nor does it have any sound. We can see a text that is also the video’s title, ‘Some promises stay with you forever,’ and a blinking red light in the snow. Check out the teaser below:
The above recording is not a teaser for Frostpunk 2, according to 11 Bit studios. If a sequel to the game from 2018 arrives on the network, it will be tagged accordingly. The designers made it clear in the video’s description that this is for a separate project:
‘Please note: This video is not related to Frostpunk 2, however, we promise that it’s about something equally meaningful and aesthetically pleasing. Stay tuned.’ (11 Bit Studios)
It is tough to interpret what we can expect from the new game through just a simple video giving away nothing. According to the statement shown in the trailer, it sounds like the game will be based on someone’s story who is back from somewhere, from the grave most likely. The blinking red light also seems like a robotic eye. Despite the guesses, we can’t figure out anything unless we get more from 11 Bit Studio; until then, stay tuned for more.
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